Inventory of Philip Rothrock

Franklin County
March Term A.D. 1852
Pages 446-447

On the 17th day of February AD 1851: The said admininstrator filed in the clerks office of the Court aforesaid the following appraisement bill & appraisers oath to wit: Inventory and appraisement of the personal property and effects belonging to the Estate of Philip Rothrock, deceased, as appraised by the undersigned January 21st 1851. To wit:

11 head of sheep 11.00x
2 horses 55.00
1 colt 30.00
1 waggon & harness 45.00
1 cooking stove 8.00x
1 bureau 6.00
1 clock 3.00x
1 table 1.50x
7 chairs 1.50x
2 bedsteds, beds & bedding 24.00x
1 rifle gun 6.00
1 stand .50x
1 lot cupboard ware 6.50x
1 wash tub .25x
1 wheat fan 15.00
29 head of hogs 58.00x
4 head of cattle 35.00x
2 calves 5.00
2 shovel plows 1.50
amount carried over 312.75
12 acres of wheat in the field 36.00
1 side saddle 6.00
1 man's saddle 2.50
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1 log chain 1.00
1 hand saw .62
1 scoop shovel .62
1 grubing hoe 1.25
1 shovell .75
1 dung fork .50
1 pitch fork .25
1 hoe .25x
1 hoe .12
1 ax .50x
1 harrow 3.00
1 rake .15
1 auger .12
1 square .12
1 iron wedge .30
  366.81
cash on hand in Bank paper 113.40
also a lot of wheat not measured appraised at 67 per bushel also a lot of corn, not measured appraised at 27 per bushel 480.21
James Fitzgerald, A. F. St. John, appraisers  
amount carried over 480.21
the following is an additional appraisement  
800 bushels of corn 81.00
90 bushels of wheat 60.30
James Fitzgerald, A. F. St. John, appraisers $621.51

Received of John Vaughn, administrator of the estate of Philip Rothrock, deceased, the above named articles amounting to $150 being the amount allowed me by law as the widow of said deceased, January 23, 1851. Rachel Rothrock.
x = widows selection


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